If size does actually matter, the iPhone 8 is in trouble
Normally, comparing the spec sheets of a new iPhone and an Android flagship is useless. Given the gulf in software between the two, specs that would normally mean something -- say, the difference in RAM -- are worthless. The iPhone X will probably feel faster than the OnePlus 5, despite having 3GB of RAM instead of 6.
But one thing that normally is instructive is looking at the specs of the new iPhones against what they're replacing. Obviously, we expect everything to get better every year. But when it comes to battery sizes, we might be in for a rude surprise.
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